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[Doc] Contractor safety officer evaluation Test (Questions & Answer )

Contractor safety officers evaluation Test Questions & Answer  Safety Officer is very important person in an organisation . so before we are hiring /recruiting  a safety should be conduct a written  evaluation  test  .  The given below Evaluation test is a example for that .You can easily download and  edit this Document as per your site specifications.  For Download this evaluation test format . Click on download button .

[PDF]Hazardous Chemicals safe Storage Procedure

Hazardous Chemicals Safe Storage Procedure  Chemical Families Materials should always be segregated and stored according to their chemical family or hazard classification. Do not store chemicals alphabetically unless they are compatible! The most common hazard classes include: • flammables/combustibles • corrosive acids • corrosive bases • toxics • highly toxics • oxidizers • compressed gases • cryogens • pyrophorics • water reactives • explosives For Download the Chemical Storage Procedure  click on given below button

[PDF] Accident Investigation Tips with Reporting Form download in PDF format

Accident Investigation Tips with Reporting Form download in PDF format  Prevention is the purpose of an investigation. An incident investigation should: • determine what actually happened, • determine the cause or causes of the incident, • identify any unsafe conditions, acts or procedures, • help management to identify practical corrective actions, • determines whether due diligence was observed, • show the commitment of management that an adequate investigation system is in place.   What should be included in incident investigation procedures? Investigation procedures for incidents must fit your needs. Ideally, they should state: ♦ the objective of your investigations (find and correct root causes) ♦ who investigates what incidents ♦ what training investigators and incident responders will receive ♦ who receives the written investigation reports ♦ who must fix defects found during an investigation ♦ who follows-up on corrective action

[PPT] What is 5 why's ???? .. Very useful Training PPT for identity the Root Cause ....

What is 5 Why' s ???? Five why’s is a Root Cause Analysis Tool. Not a problem solving technique. The outcome of a 5 Why’s analysis is one or several root causes that ultimately identify the reason why a problem was originated Even though the discipline is called 5 Why’s is not always necessary to reach 5 before the root cause of a problem is fully explained; or it may take more than 5 why’s to get to the bottom of it. It will depend on the complexity of the process or the problem itself.  • It is said that a well defined problem is a half resolved problem; hence it is important to state the problem as clearly as possible. For Download the Training PPT click on given below Download button

[PPT] Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and it's 16 Section Training Document

[PPT] Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and it's 16 Section Training Document  — M aterial S afety D ata S heet is Horoscope of the Chemical. — MSDS Reveals the properties of chemical, its nature, different hazards, preventive measures in storage & handling, First Aid measures. — It has  16 (Ten)  sections  • Threshold Limit Value-Time-Weighted Average, TLV-TWA -- Time-weighted average concentration for an 8-hour workday and a 40-hour work week in which a worker may be repeated exposed without adverse health effects. • • Threshold Limit Value-Short-Term Exposure Limit, TLV-STEL -- This is the maximum concentration which workers can be exposed for 15 minutes continuously without adverse health affects. Only four of these 15-minutes exposures are permitted per day and must have 60 minutes between exposures. The TLV-TWA still must not be exceeded. • • Threshold Limit Value-Ceiling -- This is a defined boundary unlike TLVs which are guidelines.

[PPT] What is Stop 6 Accident ?? Accident Prevention Method Training PPT

What is Stop 6 Accident ?? Accident Prevention Method Training PPT      The Accidents Main Causes are ,   A: Being caught in machines B: Coming in contact with heavy objects C: Coming in contact with vehicles D: Falling   E: Electrocution   F: Coming in contact with heated objects   G: Gillette – Cut Related (STOP 6+1)   H: Health related (STOP6+2) How to Reduce or eliminate Stop 6 Accidents from Work place ? • Under stand what is Stop 6 type accidents • Divide your work area & equipments in to multiple area • Analyze possible accidents in process or equipments • Take counter Measure • Educate the Members & maintain ensure Members following the counter measure For Download This Training PPT click below button 

Five elements of successful Health & Safety management practice

Five elements of successful  Health & Safety management practice 1.Planning . Employers should set up an effective health and safety management system to implement their health and safety policy which is proportionate to the hazards and risks. Adequate planning includes: (a) Adopting a systematic approach to the completion of a risk assessment. Risk assessment methods should be used to decide on priorities and to set objectives for eliminating hazards and reducing risks. This should include a programme, with deadlines for the completion of the risk assessment process, together with suitable deadlines for the design and implementation of the preventive and protective measures which are necessary. (b) Selecting appropriate methods of risk control to minimize risks.   (c) Establishing priorities and developing performance standards both for the completion of risk assessment(s) and for the implementation of preventive and protective measures, which at each stage minimize

[PPT] Follow this 13 Elements for make an accident free workplace !!!

 Follow this 13 Elements for make an  accident free workplace 1. Leadership & Accountability 2. Risk Assessment & Management 3. People, Training & Behaviours 4. Working with Contractors & Others 5. Facilities Design & Construction 6. Operations & Maintenance 7. Management of Change 8. Information & Documentation 9. Customers & Products 10. Community & Stakeholder Awareness 11. Crisis & Emergency Management 12. Incidents, Analysis & Prevention 13. Assessment, Assurance & Improvement For Download this  useful  PPT  click below Download  button ....

[PPT] Confined Space Training PPT

 Download Confined Space Training PPT This Training Materials some outline are given below  — What is a Confined Space? — Is large enough and so configured that an employee can enter bodily and perform work; — Has limited or restricted means of entry or exit; — Is not designed for continuous human occupancy. — Examples of Confined Spaces: — Tanks — Manholes — Boilers — Furnaces — Sewers — Silos — Hoppers — Vaults — Pipes — Deep excavations and Trenches — Tunnels — Ducts — Bins — Pits — Potential Hazards in Confined Spaces — Oxygen Deficiency — <19.5% or >23.5% oxygen concentration — Combustibles — Methane — Hydrogen — Acetylene — Propane — Gasoline fumes — Toxic Materials — Carbon Monoxide — Hydrogen Sulfide — Welding fumes — Corrosives — Electricity — Mechanical Hazards — Mixers — Crushers — Hazards of Confined Spaces Oxygen Deficient Atmospheres • Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres


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